Under Construction: Governor Harry W. Nice Memorial/Senator Thomas "Mac" Middleton Bridge Replacement

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The Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) is replacing the Governor Harry W. Nice Memorial/Senator Thomas "Mac" Middleton Bridge, which carries Route 301 over the Potomac River between Charles County in Maryland and King George County in Virginia.

Please visit the MDTA's New Nice-Middleton Bridge Project page for additional information.

Rt. 301 Lane Closures in Maryland

Starting in March 2022, two-way traffic will operate on northbound Route 301 in Maryland so crews can remove an existing MDTA toll plaza.

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Rt. 301 Lane Closures in Virginia 

Route 301 northbound and southbound are reduced to a single lane between Roseland Drive and Barnsfield Road for bridge construction and realignment of the roadway. A northbound and southbound lane remain open in this area. 

Roseland Road/Route 301 Intersection Realignment 

Starting July 21, 2022, Roseland Road has been realigned at the intersection with Route 301 to allow crews to improve Route 301 leading up to the opening of the new Nice/Middleton Bridge. 

Weather permitting, this new intersection configuration is estimated to be completed in summer 2022.

Intersection Map and Additional Information

Mariner Alert

Planning to be on the river around the Nice/Middleton Bridge Project? For safety, a new 6-knot speed limit is now being enforced for 0.5 nautical miles north and south of the bridge.

Wakes from speeding boats can create major hazards for construction operations and workers. Calm river waters are essential for keeping everyone safe. Please use extreme caution in the area, steer clear of construction vessels, and slow down to Make No Wake.

For more information, visit www.nicemiddletonbridge.com or call 888-994-1415.

Make No Wake poster

Benefits 

The bridge replacement will widen the Route 301 bridge to four travel lanes.

Resources

Phase: Under Construction

Lat/Long: 38.359517, -77.014350

Locality: King George

Page last modified: July 21, 2022